My husband will shake a thousand hands today. He is a school superintendent. It is high school graduation day for two of the larger schools he oversees. After graduation day his hand literally hurts for two days. He says it is one of those good kinds of hurts. I see it as one thousand stories… Continue reading New Life In Everything All The Time
Yoga requires practice. I've been practicing it for almost two years and have so much to learn. I'm amazed when I even miss a few days at how tightly bound I become. Sports require practice. Music does. I feel like relationships do. After 33 years of marriage, I find myself still practicing at being a… Continue reading Practice
In days gone by, a milestone was literally a stone or pile of stones which marked the distance along a route. A milestone reassured a traveler of the distance he/she had traveled and that they were still on the right path. Now it also means an action or event that signifies a change in a… Continue reading Milestones
I was shopping at a cute store in a small town during one of my recent travels. The bracelets I was looking at were unique, a piece of curved pottery with a word on each. If you purchased a bracelet, a portion of your purchase would go toward helping someone in need. I like that… Continue reading Broken Courage
Over the weekend, we watched Unbroken, the true story of World War II POW Louis Zamperini. If you haven't seen the movie or read the book, I won't spoil it for you. Just know that for years, Mr. Zamperini endured one horror after another from sharks to gunfire to hunger and beatings. My takeaway from the movie… Continue reading Gripey or Grateful?